Julia Thomsen And Jason Cadden, ‘Praying Moment (Remix)’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Julia Thomsen is back, and she returns with Jason Cadden, a well-known name in the dance world. The two come together with delight, fusing EDM and classical music. They are charming in their own musical abilities, and they create something that should happen more frequently!

Julia Thomsen

The exuberant, upbeat movement of ‘Praying Moment (Remix)’ is uplifting, yet the meaning behind Julia’s classical portion is indenting with emotion. Furthermore, Julia created the song for her child, and the love she put into her lovely piano arrangement is evident.

Photo Credit: Julia Thomsen.

Will, ‘Closer’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Will’s ‘Closer’ is the summer soundtrack, arriving just as the heatwave sweeps the UK. It also couldn’t have come at a better time, as the feel-good dance flavour rips through the modern music cranium.


Will, gifted and still on the rise, achieves a new level of self-assurance, and he doesn’t hold back in giving it his all here. The music is dripping with star quality, and it can hold its own against the world’s best dance tracks. Additionally, the charming addition of female voices gives a fresh dimension to his backlog and propels his promising career forward.

Photo Credit: Will.

Kingdumb, ‘Rave In My Bedroom’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Raver and producer, Kingdumb is bolstering his name in the modern music industry with his new release, ‘Rave In My Bedroom’.

The track is a gift that keeps on giving, with each new listen taking it further into the soul. It’s a unique release that deviates from the standard modern dance music formula. Furthermore, if you played this record in the late 1990s or early 2000s, you would have no idea it was from the future. Moreover, it draws inspiration from DNB and rave tracks that have emerged over the years previous to now.


On this track, Kingdumb explores musically, and it looks that he had a lot of fun with his musical toolkit. In addition, the songwriter incorporates a high-pitched vocal lead that sounds like something from a DJ Rankin tune. It’s anticonformity, and it’s part of what makes this track so enjoyable! In addition, the record is constantly evolving, with a new shape emerging as it progresses.

The beat lengthens in the last portion, with a slew of swirling sound effects falling left, right, and centre. Additionally, the track’s finale perfectly sums up the tune with a fast flow that will prepare you to hit the latest party hall. However, one thing that sticks in mind once it ends is the spontaneous speech to text generator in the beginning. It’s random, but it works.

Photo Credit: Kingdumb.

D•SIPAUL Releases ‘It’s No Good’

Words By Max Jordan.

D•SIPAUL rises to the top with his new release ‘It’s No Good’. It is the first track I have come across by D•SIPAUL, and I am still asking myself why? He has a delightful quality, and he stands out for all the right reasons.

‘It’s No Good’ sees the producer team up with vocalist, Freya Alley, Between them they shine like a radiant light and the hard work they have put into this release is paying off tenfold. Furthermore, it all gets underway with an electronic direction with a rising overture which greets a nail-biting rhythm with ease.

Freya then leaps forward with a mesmerising vocal performance. She sings with a heavenly tone, and she leaves an indent with genuine emotion dripping from her every word.